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Mercer (Character)
from Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006)

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Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007)
Mercer: What about the Governor? He's been asking questions about the heart.
Lord Cutler Beckett: Does he know?
Mercer: [looks at Beckett and raises an eyebrow]
Lord Cutler Beckett: Then... perhaps his usefulness has run its course.

Mercer: [Jones and his men are attempting to recapture the ship, but find Mercer and a group of British sailors holding his heart at gunpoint] The Dutchman is in *my* command!
Davy Jones: For now...

Lord Cutler Beckett: Bloody hell, there's nothing left.
Mercer: Jones is a loose cannon, sir.

Mercer: [the Dutchman is headed towards the maelstrom] Steer out!
Davy Jones: She'll not harm us! Full bore and into the abyss!
Mercer: Are you mad?
Davy Jones: HA! You 'fraid to get wet?

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006)
Mr. Mercer: The last of our ships is returned.
Lord Cutler Beckett: Is there any news on the chest?
Mr. Mercer: None. But one of the ships did pick up a man adrift at sea.
[drops the Letters of Marque on the desk]
Mr. Mercer: He had these.
[Beckett opens the letter to look at it before looking up at Norrington]
Norrington: I took the liberty of filling in my name.
Lord Cutler Beckett: If you intend to claim these, then you must have something to trade. Do you have the Compass?
Norrington: [shakes his head] Better.
[tosses a bag onto Beckett's desk]
Norrington: The heart of Davey Jones.

Mr. Mercer: [he has just killed the captain of a ship and is addressing Governor Swann] 'Evening, Gov'nor. Shame, eh?
[holds up letters]
Mr. Mercer: He was carrying these. It's a letter to the king.
[changes tone]
Mr. Mercer: It's from you.

Governor Weatherby Swann: Captain...
[the Captain falls dead revealing Mr. Mercer]
Mr. Mercer: Evening, Governer. Shame that. He was carryin' this.
[Holds up letters]
Mr. Mercer: It's a letter to the King. It's from you.
Governor Weatherby Swann: No...
[Turns back toward the carriage]
Governor Weatherby Swann: [a group of soldiers arrive to check the carriage]
Governor Weatherby Swann: Elizabeth.
Mr. Mercer: [Grabs Governer Swann] Where is she?
Governor Weatherby Swann: Who?